1972 LS5 Corvette coupe low mileage original car with one repaint.
NEW LOWER PRICE
Numbers matching power train
4 speed M-21 muncie transmission
3:36 rear gears.
Believed to 63xxx miles based on paperwork with car.
Current owner purchased car in 2000.
Features include power windows.
Owner has protect-o-plate showing date of purchase and original owner.
It does not have air conditioning, you could not get air with the M-21 transmission that year.
It has been kept in climate controlled garage that only houses classic cars.
Never driven in rain and dusted off not washed.
Rebuilt transmission and replaced clutch in 2006, receipts with paperwork.
The mileage on the car when purchased in 2000 was 60,416 shown on mileage statement 2/26/2000,
Safety inspection 8/5/1999 shows 95,785, another mileage statement dated 11/26/1990 stating
58,066, service invoice from Buchanan Shell dated 4/29/1985 shows 52,192, another invoice same shop
dated 4/13/1984 shows 50,748.
Current owner has logged around 3,000 miles in 17 years.
Original starter and water pump in a box, water pump has been rebuilt but never put back on.
Currently running a Stuwart stage 1 high flow pump.
Radiator is original but has been recored.
Pulled intake and heads in 2000 and had hardened valve seats installed and installed roller tip rocker arms.
Believed to be the original fan clutch and tower hose clamps in a box.
Have new weatherstrips for the car but the originals are still too good to replace.
Just rebuilt both rear brake calipers and replaced pads and changed brake fluid.
Dry cell battery that looks like original tar top battery.
Engine runs Amzoil hot rod oil 10-30 with Archoil AR9100 additive, 8 ounces per oil change.
As you can see this car has been pampered.
Offered at a great value for this quality.
Call Dave with questions 573-619-3708
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